Hello. Good question. Our vet accepts them for reuse.
Sometimes I use them for spices that I buy in bulk, like bay leaves, chili powder, fennel. etc.
They make great storage for screws, nails, small parts, beads, etc.
Hi Barbara, I reuse pill bottles to organize buttons, snaps, etc. in my craft aea but decided to look a bit on the web. Here's a bunch of other ideas that might be helpful to you.
Hi! I had so many at one point, I recycled them. Check for the recycling stamp on the bottom. Otherwise, I keep needles, tacks or anything else sharp. They make great little containers for travel sewing kits, paint mixing, etc. They are really handy! Wrap them with a scrap of fabric, decorative ribbon or tape. Decorate the lid with paint, a sticker or nail polish. Stay safe!
Thank you :)
30 Useful Ways To Reuse Plastic Bottles
Hi Barbara. Nursing homes use the tops as bingo markers. I do beading as a hobby. I make jewelry. So I use my medicine bottles to house different sizes and colors of beads. Good luck Barbara.
Hi Barbara, here's a link with 30 ideas for you, hope it helps!
Hi Barbara, this is Peggy. Here are some ways to reuse pill bottles.
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Reuse those empty prescription pill bottles in all sorts of ways. From organizing to making cookies. Yes, cookies! See how to use your empty pill bottles! Don ...
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Hi Barbara - I never thought it was so easy to make one of these adorable Gnomes! This step-by-step tutorial (with photos) uses upcycled pill bottles and it only takes about 10 minutes. This tutorial is for Christmas and you can customize it for any season. They were even featured by Home Talk! Hope this helps! Hugs, Holly
Make a hide-a-key by gluing a rock on top & burying, mini sewing kit, if you have small kids-portion size of m&m or skittles or other tiny candies, match holder, travel size holder for lotions & shampoos.
Hi Barbara: I give mine to a group that does geocaching. Here's a site that may have a group near you: https://www.geocaching.com/help/index.php?pg=kb.printer.friendly&id=25 It seems like fun :)
You can store thumb tacks or paper clips or cotton swabs or matches (for camping) or beads in them!
I store toothpicks in them,